|Native speakers||3,700 (1997)|
Langkuru (Pureman, Mademang)
Languages of the Alor Islands. Wersing is shown at four locations around the east coast.
The Wersing language, also known as Kolana after its primary dialect, is spoken in scattered settlements around the coast of Alor in Indonesia. It is not part of the Alor–Pantar group spoken over most of the island. Though not closely related to either, it has cultural connections with Tukudede on the neighboring island of Timor.
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